About the Artist: Trevor C. Wells was born in Portsmouth, England on November 1, 1956. After graduating school, he joined the Uxbridge Rugby Club. Two years later, while playing rugby, he broke his neck in a match. He was left paralyzed from the neck down. While in rehabilitation, Trevor began to paint with his mouth. In that same year, he applied to the Association and was quickly accepted. Just three years after that, in 1987, Trevor became a full member, which gave him the opportunity for a new career as a mouth painter. He now sits on the board for the AMFPA. Trevor’s favorite subjects are landscapes, which he mostly paints in acrylics. His precise observation of nature makes his paintings very attractive and life-like.
All MFPA Prints are 12X15 inches.